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Blooming Map CITYWIDE LOCATIONS The Daffodil Project 2010/2011 The Daffodil Project How The Daffodil Project Works Founded in 2001, the Daffodil Project Fall: Distributions and Plantings commemorates the lives of those lost on Each October, NY4P distributes hundreds of thousands of daffodil September 11th. The Daffodil Project is a bulbs to New Yorkers in all five boroughs. The bulbs are free to living memorial to the victims, a symbol of those who commit to planting them in a park or public space remembrance and an act of rebirth that such as a schoolyard, street tree pit or community garden. involves New Yorkers in the beautification Advance registration on NY4P’s website is required and begins in of their communities. early September. NY4P also partners with at least one school in each borough for a youth planting, providing hundreds of children An annual effort by New Yorkers for Parks with tools, beautification training and the chance to get dirty! (NY4P), in partnership with the Department of Parks and Recreation, Spring: Blooms the Daffodil Project not only raises the spirits Once the bulbs bloom in the early spring, NY4P celebrates with of New Yorkers but also draws attention to its community partners by hosting the Daffodil Project Benefit the needs of parks and open spaces citywide. Breakfast, an event that recognizes the groups and individuals Thanks to the Daffodil Project and hundreds who work so hard to bring the project to their communities. of community volunteers, four million daffodils now bloom in New York City’s parks Spring: Photo Contest and community gardens. New Yorkers are encouraged to submit photos of their favorite The map within highlights blooming locations to NY4P’s some of the larger plantings photo contest, completed by volunteers which is held in in the fall of 2010. NY4P March and April. invites you to use this map to visit some of Get Involved these locations and Use the map within to visit blooming sites in parks all over the celebrate spring in city, especially ones you’ve never seen before! Take some New York City’s photos and submit them to the photo contest in the spring! fabulous parks. Join the Bulb Brigade, our volunteer corps, your chance to engage with NY4P and community groups around the city! The Daffodil Project For more information visit www.ny4p.org/daffodilproject is one of the largest This spring, 4 million daffodils volunteer efforts in will bloom throughout the history of New York City’s parks and New York City! community gardens. 55 1 MANHATTAN continued BROOKLYN Go see the Daffodils in Bloom! This map will guide you through all five boroughs Staten Island 47 27 THOMAS PAINE PARK Federal Plaza / Foley Square 36 MCCARREN PARK, ABATE PLAYGROUND Driggs Avenue & Lorimer Street 2 N MCCARREN NEW MOMS of New York City to see selected plantings from the 48 ZURICH IN NORTH AMERICA 46 3 4 5 6 J Z B48 B43 fall of 2010. Expect blooms from late March through 49 4 early May. 28 ALFRED J. SMITH HOUSES 37 GIL HODGES COMMUNITY GARDEN 50 21 St. James Place 534 Carroll Street 5 PS 1M OLYMPUS GARDEN CLUB / PS 372K BRONX BRONX continued 51 6 7 4 5 6 M22 D N R B63 1 RIVERDALE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 15 PS 175X 9 15 NURSERY SCHOOL 200 City Island Avenue 53 13 QUEENS 38 GREENE AVENUE TREE PITS Greene Ave between Fulton & Carlton Streets 4765 Henry Hudson Parkway PS 175X RIVERDALE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NURSERY SCHOOL BX29 8 29 PS 70Q FORT GREENE ASSOCIATION 30-45 42nd Street A C B25 BX07 BX10 52 11 12 SPORTS & ARTS IN SCHOOLS FOUNDATION MANHATTAN 10 Q18 39 LEFFERTS PLACE TREE PITS 2 WILLIAMSBRIDGE PLAYGROUND Reservoir Oval West between Tryon Ave & Putnam Pl 4 ISHAM PARK 14 Lefferts Place bet St. James Place & Classon Ave MOSHOLU PRESERVATION CORPORATION Seaman Avenue between W 214th & Isham Streets 30 SUNNYSIDE GARDEN LEFFERTS PLACE CIVIC ASSOCIATION BRUCE’S GARDEN/ISHAM PARK Barnett Avenue between 50th & 48th Streets A C S B25 BX28 BX38 17 SUNNYSIDE GARDEN 1 A 16 7 3 BRONXWOOD HOME FOR THE AGED 40 SARATOGA PARK 799 E Gun Hill Road 16 MORNINGSIDE PARK Halsey Street between Howard & Saratoga Aves 18 31 GREENSTREET COMMUNITY BOARD 3 BROOKLYN BRONXWOOD HOME FOR THE AGED 114th St & Morningside Avenue 69th Street between 34th & 35th Avenues 2 5 FRIENDS OF MORNINGSIDE PARK G B43 JACKSON HEIGHTS BEAUTIFICATION GROUP A B C M07 M03 E M R 5 UNIVERSITY WOODS PARK 19 53 EXPEDITIONARY LEARNING SCHOOL Sedgwick Ave & Hall of Fame Terrace 17 JOSEPH DANIELWILSON MEMORIAL GARDEN FOR COMMUNITY LEADERS ERNST & YOUNG 219 W 122nd Street 35 32 VOYAGES PREPARATORY HIGH SCHOOL 2630 Benson Avenue 45-19 94th Street MetroNorth University Heights 4 BX12 PROJECT HARMONY 20 EXPEDITIONARY LEARNING SCHOOL FOR 2 3 M02 29 33 QUEENS COMMUNITY HOUSE COMMUNITY LEADERS Q58 D B03 6 ROBERTO CLEMENTE STATE PARK 21 Picnic Area & Waterfront 18 BROADWAY MALLS 31 33 BOWNE HOUSE 1 W Tremont Avenue Broadway between 74th & 168th Streets 3701 Bowne Street 55 FRANKLIN AVE TREE PITS 22 34 Franklin Avenue between Eastern Parkway ROBERTO CLEMENTE STATE PARK BROADWAY MALL ASSOCIATION 30 32 BOWNE HOUSE HISTORICAL SOCIETY and St. Marks Avenue 4 BX40 BX18 BX42 1 M04 M05 Q12 Q15 Q28 CROW HILL COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION 7 BRONX COMMUNITY CHARTER SCHOOL 19 COLUMBUS AVE TREE PITS 23 24 34 GREENSTREET 2 3 4 5 S 2348 Webster Avenue Columbus Avenue from W 67th St to W 82nd St Main Street between the Long Island BRONX COMMUNITY CHARTER SCHOOL COLUMBUS AVENUE BID 25 Expressway (LIE) & 59th Avenue 36 QUEENS BORO HILL NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION STATEN ISLAND BX41 A B C M07 M11 27 26 Q20 Q44 46 WALKER PARK 8 GREENSTREET 20 W 55TH STREET TREE PITS Delafield Place between Bard & Davis Avenues 162nd Street & St. Nicholas Avenue W 55th Street between 8th & 9th Avenues 28 41 35 PS 98Q STATEN ISLAND CRICKET CLUB NYC DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 345 WEST 55TH STREET BLOCK ASSOCIATION 40-20 235th Street S40 S90 A C M100 M03 N Q R M11 42 PTA OF PS 98Q LIRR Douglaston 47 CURTIS HIGH SCHOOL 9 PALLADIA, INC. 21 CLINTON COMMUNITY GARDEN 38 43 St. Marks Place & Hamilton Avenue 1600 Macombs Road W 48th Street between 9th & 10th Avenues 40 41 RIDGEWOOD LIBRARY PROTECTORS OF PINE OAK WOODS/ PALLADIA INC., STARHILL PROGRAM CLINTON COMMUNITY GARDEN 20-12 Madison Street CURTIS HIGH SCHOOL 4 BX18 A C E M11 M50 37 RIDGEWOOD PROPERTY OWNERS & CIVICASSOCIATION S42 S52 39 M Q58 10 THE LITTLE GREEN GARDEN 22 W 22ND & 21ST STREET TREE PITS 55 45 48 FORT HILL PARK E 160th Street & Elton Avenue W 22nd & 21st Sts between 8th & 9th Ave 44 42 PS 66Q Hendricks Ave bet Westervelt & Sherman Aves THE LITTLE GREEN GARDEN 300 WEST BLOCK ASSOCIATION 85-11 102nd Street BELMONT & BENZIGER BEAUTIFICATION BRIGADE PS 66Q BX41 BX06 A C E M20 near the ferry J Z Q56 11 JACKSON-FOREST COMMUNITY GARDEN 47 49 HERO PARK 23 PS 41M BASKETBALL COURT 43 PS 140Q Home Street between Jackson & Forest Avenues FOREST AVENUE BLOCK ASSOCIATION 116 W 11th Street PS 41M 48 Key to using the Blooming Map and locating the daffodils in bloom! 166-01 116th Avenue Louis St between Victory Blvd & Howard Ave IS 49R / WAGNER COLLEGE PS 140Q BX21 BX17 1 2 3 M05 Blooming Site and Location S61 S62 S66 S92 Borough BRONX Q05 Q84 Q85 5 UNIVERSITY WOODS PARK Partner 12 NORTH LUBA INC./ROCK GADEN 24 STUYVESANT SQUARE Organization 44 SPRINGFIELD PARK ENTRANCES 50 SILVER LAKE PARK 1670 Longfellow Avenue 2nd Avenue between E 15th & E 17th Streets Sedgwick Ave & Hall of Fame Terrace Victory Blvd between Forest & Highland Aves Denotes Denotes Springfield Blvd between 145th Rd & 147th Ave NORTH LUBA INC./ROCK GARDEN PS 40M a Daffodil a Youth Map ERNST & YOUNG FRIENDS OF SPRINGFIELD PARK SILVER LAKE RESERVOIR DOGS 2 5 BX19 L M15 Planting Planting Location Q77 S61 S62 S66 S91 S92 Location Location Number MetroNorth University Heights 4 BX12 Nearby Public Transportation 51 13 DREW GARDEN 25 11BC COMMUNITY GARDEN 45 VETERANS SQUARE 51 ALICE AUSTEN HOUSE E Tremont Avenue and Boston Road 11th Street between Avenues A & B Francis Lewis Boulevard & South Conduit Ave 2 Hylan Boulevard PHIPPS CDC 11BC COMMUNITY GARDEN QUEENS COALITION FOR PARKS & GREEN SPACES STATEN ISLAND GARDEN CLUB 53 2 5 BX09 BX21 BX36 BX40 BX42 L M15 M09 Staten LIRR Rosedale S51 14 SOUNDVIEW COMMUNITY CENTER 26 EAST RIVER PARK, 10TH ST ENTRANCE Island 54 MEMORIAL CIRCLE 52 PS 23R 1680 Seward Avenue 10th Street & East River Drive Rockaway Beach Blvd bet Beach 120 & 121 Sts 30 Natick Street PHIPPS CDC LOWER EAST SIDE ECOLOGY CENTER 54 FRIENDS OF MEMORIAL CIRCLE PS 23R BX05 BX27 A D M08 M14 A S Q21 Q53 Q22 S Special Thanks New Yorkers for Parks salutes the additional community partners that participated in the 2010/2011 Daffodil Project, including: 103rd Avenue Block Association Inwood Canoe Club Rego Park Group 10th Street Block Association IS 143M Remsen Park Coalition 1100 Bergen Community Garden IS 93Q Riverdale Riviera Co-op 161 Ninth Avenue, Ltd. Jamaica High School Rocky Hill Civic 25 Leroy Street Co-Op Jefferson Avenue TNT Block Association Roe Flower Power 337 West 20th Street Corporation Jerry & the Senior Gents Spencer Street Community Garden 5th Street Block Association Jewish Child Care Association Bukharian Spirit of Laurelton 6th Street & Avenue B Community Teen Lounge St. Ann and the Holy Trinity Episcopal Garden, Inc. Kensington Green-Up Church A Better Community Garden Kew Gardens Hills Civic Association St. John’s Episcopal Church Added Value Khalil Gibran International Academy Sterling Place Block Association Anne Marie Rameau Kingsbridge Armory Community Garden Stuyvesant Square Community Alliance Belle Harbor Property Owners Laura S. Stewart Garden Club Sunnyside Gardens Community Association Lauren Kopper Association Bronx Epiditionary Learning HS Le Petit Versailles Garden Superblocks Coalition Bronx HS for Visual Arts Lee Gough Sutton Area Community Brooklyn Botanical Garden Linda Jordan T&T Hancock Community Garden Brooklyn New School Linden Bushwick Garden T&T Vernon Community Garden Brooklyn UNITED Long Island City Community Garden Tenants Association of 855 Ocean Avenue Campos Community Garden Lourdes Villanueva Hartrick The Forest & Highland Park Carroll Street Block Association Luke’s Garden Administration Catherine Surber Macon & Patchen Block Association The Friends of Greenwich Street Charles Pisano Macon Street Block Association The Friends of Roy Wilkins Park, Inc. Chelsea Garden Club Montgomery Block Association The Halsey Street/Arlington Place Chickpeas Childcare, Inc Morris-Jumel Community Garden Progressive Block Association Church of St. Francis Xavier NYC Myrtle Avenue Revitalization Project The Harlem Rose Garden Citizens Against Graffiti Everywhere New York Cares The Maple Street School Clara’s Garden North Bellerose Civic The West 47th/48th Streets Block Clarendon Courts Block Association NYU Wallerstein Collaborative Association Columbia Secondary School Okja Cho Thomas Edison Career and Technical Community Board 11 Manhattan Olde Towne of Flushing Cemetery Education HS Environmental Club Community Board 9 Queens Conservancy Tides at Charleston Cooper Park Neighborhood Association Open Space Alliance Towers Co-Op Corporation Ditmas Park West Neighborhood Pacific Street Pocket Park Trees New York Association Park Place Shuttle Block Association Trees Not Trash Douglas Manor Environmental Association Park Slope Women’s Shelter Turin Housing Development Douglaston Garden Club Peach Tree Garden Two Coves Community Garden East 4th Street Community Garden Prince of Peace Lutheran Church Urban Assembly School for Green Fantasy Garden Project Eden Careers FEGS Health and Human Services System Prospect Park South Neighbours Vamos a Sembrar Community Garden First Quincy Block Association PS 116M Vanderbilt Park Association Flushing Meadows Corona Park PS 117Q Community Garden Vernon & Throop Community Garden Conservancy PS 148Q Vernon Cases Community Garden Forest Hills Gardens Corporation PS 160Q Village View Garden Committee Fresh Youth Initiatives PS 163M Washington Avenue Greening Committee Friends of Brookville Park PS 188X We’re On First Friends of Carroll Park PS 230K West 104th Street Garden Friends of Kissena Park PS 235K Magical Community Garden West 181st Street Beautification Project Friends of Sunnyside Gardens Park PS 23Q West 44th Street Better Block Friends of Sunset Park PS 268K Association/Friends of Pier 84 Garden of Happiness PS 276M West 90th Street Park Block Association Garden of Union PS 77M West 94th Street Block Association Greene Avenue United Neighbors PS 80Q West Midwood Community Association Greene Garden PS/IS 113Q Westchester Tremont Day Care Center Hannah Hirschland PS/IS 155K Woodside CSA Hell’s Kitchen Neighborhood Association PTA of PS 173Q X-tra Bullets Highland Park Children’s Garden Red Gate Garden Support NY4P is especially grateful to the following for their support of the Daffodil Project. To learn how to support the Daffodil Project, please contact Ella Tabasky at email@example.com. Quality in Everything We Do New Yorkers for Parks NY4P is the leading independent organization fighting for greener, cleaner and safer parks for all New Yorkers. We provide the tools that help communities build better parks for better neighborhoods. Great parks make a great city. NEW YORKERS FOR PARKS The Arthur Ross Center for Parks and Open Spaces 55 Broad Street, 23rd Floor New York NY 10004 212.838.9410 www.ny4p.org Mapping layers supplied by the NYC Dept. of City Planning, NYC Dept. of Parks and Recreation. Brochure Design: Anne Marie Mascia Design & Illustration Inc.